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[texts]Synoptic radio meteorology (Volume NBS Technical Note 98) - Bean, B. R. (Bradford R.), 1927-; Horn, J.D.; Riggs, L.P.
A survey of some of the advances in the field of synoptic radio meteorology is presented.The development of representative refractive index profiles for major air mass types is reviewed. Included is a description of several refractive index parameters cur
Keywords: Radio meteorology; Synoptic meteorology
Downloads: 86
[texts]Tables for the statistical predication of radio ray bending and elevation angle error using surface values of the refractive index (Volume NBS Technical Note 44) - Bean, B. R. (Bradford R.), 1927-; Cahoon, B.A.; Thayer, G.D.

Keywords: Radio meteorology; Refractive index
Downloads: 62
[texts]On the climatology of ground-based radio ducts and associated fading regions (Volume NBS Technical Note 96) - Dutton, E. J.

Keywords: Radio meteorology; Climatology; Radio waves
Downloads: 62
[texts]Bibliography on auroral radio wave propagation (Volume NBS Technical Note 128) - Nupen, Wilhelm

Keywords: Auroras--Bibliography; Radio meteorology--Bibliography
Downloads: 102
[texts]A 100 KW 2-25 Mc/s distributed amplifier, designed for use with 10 KW ionospheric sounders (Volume NBS Technical Note 331) - Harding, W. B.; Woodward, M. W.; Carroll, J. C.

Keywords: Ionospheric radio wave propagation; Radio meteorology
Downloads: 97
[texts]Techniques for computing refraction of radio waves in the troposphere (Volume NBS Technical Note 97) - Dutton, E.J.; Thayer,G.D.

Keywords: Radio meteorology; Atmospheric radio refractivity; Radio waves
Downloads: 123
[texts]A survey of the techniques for measuring the radio refractive index (Volume NBS Technical Note 99) - McGavin, R. E.
The radio refractive index can be measured either directly or indirectly. The former method is utilized by radio frequency refractometers; the latter method involves measurement of temperature, pressure and humidity and conversion to refractive index. I
Keywords: Radio meteorology; Refractive index--Measurement; Radio waves
Downloads: 132
[texts]Characteristics of point-to-point tropospheric propagation and siting considerations (Volume NBS Technical Note 95) - Kirby, R. S.; Rice, P. L.; Maloney, L. J.

Keywords: Tropospheric radio wave propagation; Radio meteorology; Radio waves
Downloads: 88
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